- Some Orations (27-45) and letters.
Oration I. On Easter and His Reluctance,
Oration II. In Defence of His Flight to Pontus, and His Return, After His Ordination to the Priesthood, with an Exposition of the Character of the Priestly Office.
Oration III. To Those Who Had Invited Him, and Not Come to Receive Him.
Oration VII. Panegyric on His Brother S. Caesarius.
Oration VIII. Funeral Oration on His Sister Gorgonia.
Oration XII. To His Father, When He Had Entrusted to Him the Care of the Church of Nazianzus.
Oration XVI. On His Father’s Silence, Because of the Plague of Hail.
Oration XVIII. Funeral Oration on His Father, in the Presence of S. Basil.
Oration XXI. On the Great Athanasius, Bishop of Alexandria.
Introduction to the “Theological” Orations.
Oration XXVII). The First Theological Oration. A Preliminary Discourse Against the Eunomians.
Oration XXVIII. The Second Theological Oration.
Oration XXIX). The Third Theological Oration. On the Son.
Oration XXX. The Fourth Theological Oration, Which is the Second Concerning the Son.
Oration XXXII. The Fifth Theological Oration. On the Holy Spirit.
Oration XXXIII. Against Thearians, and Concerning Himself.
Oration XXXIV. On the Arrival of the Egyptians.
Oration XXXVII. On the Words of the Gospel, “When Jesus Had Finished These Sayings,” Etc.—
Oration XXXVIII On the Theophany, or Birthday of Christ.
Oration XXXIX. Oration on the Holy Lights.
Oration XL. The Oration on Holy Baptism.
Oration XLI. On Pentecost.
Oration XLII. The Last Farewell in the Presence of the One Hundred and Fifty Bishops.
Oration XLIII). Funeral Oration on the Great S. Basil, Bishop of Caesarea in Cappadocia.
Oration XLV. The Second Oration on Easter.
A Selection from the Letters of Saint Gregory Nazianzen,
Division III. Miscellaneous Letters.
§1. Letters to His Brother Caesarius.
§2. To S. Gregory of Nyssa.
§3. To Eusebius Bishop of Samosata.
§4. To Sophronius, Prefect of Constantinople.
§5. To Amphilochius the Younger.
§6. To Nectarius Archbishop of Constantinople.
§7. To Theodore, Bishop of Tyana.
§8. To Nicobulus.
§9. To Olympius.